Welcome to The Ancient Star Song. Here you will find a variety of genres (acid, blues, British beat, country, folk, gospel, honky tonk, jazz, progressive, psychedelic, rock ), from a variety of places around the world, recorded between the mid 60's and the early 80's, all with one commonality - the person and work of Jesus Christ. A call to follow Jesus was a central evangelical theme running through these albums. I hope you enjoy the music. If you are new to this site you can see look for albums by criteria on the categories page or by searching below .

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DILLER AND ANDERSON

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THE GOOD NEWS SINGERS

The seven-person New York outfit Good News Singers would seem to have their roots in the melodic keyboard-rich second-generation Catholic...

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SHALOM (OR)

This Oregon co-ed group’s debut has some nice soft folk to MOR sounds - a mellow electric style featuring smooth...

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IHS BAND

Great primitive country rock custom from Beaverton, Michigan band with totally home-made sound. Off-key singing with crude twangy electric guitar,...

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THE ADVOCATES

This British pop-rocking male foursome delivers a fine debut full of hooks and melodies. Lively presentation, catchy tunes, bold harmonies,...

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PAT PEPPER

Gentle soothing female folk with soft tasteful string orchestration, comparable to the mellow side of Honeytree. A pleasant voice, with...

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THE CYNICS

Alaska's The Cynics show a tough energetic guitar-based new-wave/rock sound on this excellent 4-song production ("freeze rock" a clever soul...

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FISH CO.

Fish Co. is the duo of fellow Englishmen Steve Rowles and Steve Fairnie. Fairnie (and sometimes Rowles) would go on...

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STEVE TAYLOR

This is a mini LP with only 6 tracks.

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NORM PAOLINI

This is a thrift shop discovery. One that I was very pleasantly surprised by. While the cover is rather plain...

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